Ministry of Justice
The Ministry of Justice is the state body responsible for compensation of victims, State legal aid and has a specific department responsible for protection of victims of terrorist crimes.
The Ministry of Justice
- is responsible for preparing, managing and executing the Government's policy on legislative advocacy in criminal, civil, commercial and procedural law
- is responsible for the Assistance of Victims Offices of the Autonomous Communities which do not have competences on justice
- facilitates the claiming of compensation from the State
- ensures access to justice of people who do not have sufficient income
- has a specific department responsible for the protection of victims of terrorist crimes: Director General for the Support to Victims of Terrorism, Directorate General for the Support of Victims of Terrorism
The Director General for the Support to Victims of Terrorism
- provides care and support to victims of terrorism
- works with associations, foundations and other public and private institutions that work with victims of terrorism
- is responsible for the processing, management and proposal for resolution of cases of aid and compensation to those affected by terrorist offences
- provides information to victims of terrorism on the procedures in place for applying for public assistance
For the contact details of all Assistance of Victims Offices in Spain click here.
Office of Crime Victims Assistance Barcelona
The Office of Crime Victims Assistance Barcelona is an organisation on regional level for support of victims in criminal proceedings.
The Office of Crime Victims Assistance Barcelona
- is an organisation on regional level under the Department of Justice of the Government of Catalonia
- is responsible for providing the necessary support to victims of crime
- pays special attention to women in situation of gender violence
- coordinates and monitors orders to protect victims of domestic violence in Barcelona
- provides advice on the fundamental rights of women to denounce and participate as a party in the judicial process
Association of Terrorism Victims
The Association of Terrorism Victims is a non-profit association, whose aim is the representation and defence of the interests of victims of terrorism and the provision of moral and material aid for them.
The Association of Terrorism Victims
- is a charitable association
- aims to represent and advocate the interests of victims of terrorism
- demands rights and justice for victims of terrorism
- facilitates moral and material aid for victims of terrorism
- collaborates and cooperates in the activities to improve the situation of victims
- disseminates the spirit of solidarity with victims of terrorism
- promotes legal proceedings in favour of victims of terrorism
11-M Association of Victims of Terrorism
The 11-M Association of Victims of Terrorism has as its main objective to lobby for better provision of medical, psychological, social and legal aid for the victims of the terrorist act in Madrid of 11 March 2004.
The 11-M Association of Victims of Terrorism
- has as its main objective to lobby for better provision of medical, psychological, social and legal aid for the victims of the terrorist act in Madrid of 11 March 2004
- has a psycho-social department, a legal department, a communication department and a financial department which try to offer assistance to victims
- gives advice to those who are affected and provides access to resources, both offered by the association and by various public and private organisations
National Association of Victims of Violent Crimes
The National Association of Victims of Violent Crimes is composed of victims, lawyers and psychologists, who inform victims of crime about their rights and about the best psychological treatment for the victim.
The National Association of Victims of Violent Crimes
- is an organisation which is composed of victims, lawyers and psychologists who can inform victims of crime about their rights and about the best psychological treatment
- it was created in order to claim and defend the rights of victims of violent crime
- provides information about sources and legislation, juridical orientation, help with bureaucracy and psychological assistance to victims
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Last update: 11/03/2020